The Moss House lost almost $40,000 dollars of state funding.
A Nevada High School student gets the opportunity to be the police chief for a day.
Many of us sprang forward over the weekend, but one Carthage man is still fixing his clocks.
Tulsa police believe a man considered a person of interest in a murder is the same person who robbed a Monett bank yesterday morning.
A national publication names one PSU graduate program one of the best in the country.
Dr. John Jungmann is currently serving in the same role at the Liberty School District outside Kansas City.
A local farmer's market is looking to Uncle Sam to foot the bill for an expansion project.
Jasper County officials say they are in need of more volunteers to work the polls.
More and more local diners are heading out to eat in Joplin.
Missouri voters have one day left to register to vote in the April city elections.
The reason for the increase is a virus that is affecting baby piglets, it's killing them and thus shortening the supply.
The installation of a 16 inch water line will start at the intersection of Broadway and Centennial and run south.
The Joplin City Council held a special meeting tonight on various economic development projects.
With Choices Emergency Shelter scheduled to close at the end of the month, the City of Pittsburg is looking into a way to keep it open.
An historical site in Mulberry gears up for an antique auction.
Copper theft numbers spiked with the jump in construction in the last couple of years, a trend that is now reversing.
Several Carthage High School graduates give back to the school district with a special donation.
The operation committee unveiled the official shirt and award designs for the 2014 Joplin Memorial Run that will take place Saturday, May 10th.
A Webb City state representative is hoping to make some changes to the way prevailing wage laws are applied in Missouri.
State representative Chris Kelly of Columbia is sponsoring House Bill 1659.